Oct 26, 2020
GRCC Job Training Choices (non credit)
As a production welder, your job may include basic duties such as cutting, brazing and welding of various metal components as well as more advanced duties such as MIG and TIG welding using aluminum and stainless steel. Welders need to have an understanding of metallurgy. American Welding Quality Standards, and welding equipment maintenance. To be most effective in the manufacturing environment today, you will need to be able to read blueprints, perform basic shop math, read measurement tools, and communicate effectively with others using current welding terminology.
The applicant should have the desire to work in a manufacturing environment. The ability to work with others, good hand/eye coordination and manual dexterity are also needed.
See Job Training Web site.
- Introduction/Shop Safety/Tools
- Basic Welding Theory
- Math and Measuring
- Blueprint Reading
- Shielded-Metal Arc Welding, Test Plates
- Oxyacetylene Welding, All Joints
- Gas-metal Arc Welding (MIG), Steel
- Gas-metal Arc Welding (MIG), Aluminum
- Flux-cored Arc Welding (FCAW)
- Gas-tungsten Arc Welding (TIG), Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel
- Plasma-Arc Cutting
- Submerged Arc Welding
- Computer Operation
- Teamwork and Communication Skills
Contact: Job Training